Flashblogging

By Deane Barker on September 2, 2003

Flashmobsters Discover Even Lamer Past-time: And you thought Flashmobs were silly.

“…some enterprising Internet souls — with even larger tracts of time on their hands — have created an innovation that precludes the annoying physical presence of the flashmob: flashblogging. Apparently starting from a Yahoo Group, the flashbloggers are flitting from site to site, depositing their comments on various bulletin and comment boards.”

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